Aperture is a confusing topic for beginners in photography – it controls so many variables in your images, from exposure to depth of field, which can make it quite difficult to grasp initially. To make matters worse, the F-numbers of aperture are backwards from what you may expect! A small aperture is a large F-number, and a large aperture is a …
Take your photos to the next level with these 4 easy steps to get a blurry background. Keep your subject sharp & in-focus, and get a beautiful, soft buttery blur in the back. These tips can be used for DSLR + point-and-shoot cameras. It even includes the
The Ultimate Guide to Manual Shooting for Beginning Photographers from Moriah Riona. An in-depth look at the components of manual shooting to get the right exposure and the photo you want. A study of Shutter Speed, Aperture and ISO to help new to intermediate photographers better understand photography and their cameras.
Tip on Selective Focus… One of the best techniques in photography is to use a wide aperture to throw the background out of focus, while shooting portraits, which is also called as selective focus. The idea is to focus on the subject’s eyes, select a wide aperture so that the eyes and part of the face are in focus, while the rest goes out of focus. More at https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10151350130832045=a.243402462044.146726.176693602044=1
A Step-by-step guide to getting a blurred background in camera. This little trick is used a lot in portrait photography, as it lets your subject stand out and be the main focus, and is oh so simple to do!